Categories: Reliability

Condition monitoring for maintaining asset health

Equipment downtime and poor performance can cost your company dearly, but did you know that it is possible to determine the health of the equipment? With the right technologies like condition monitoring and reliability practices, it is possible to determine the nature and severity of fault conditions months before the machine would fail.

However, with the right approach, you can go much further and also improve the reliability of the equipment, resulting in even lower costs and better performance.

In this animated and interactive presentation, Jason Tranter, the CEO and founder of Mobius Institute, will discuss the basic principles of condition monitoring (and briefly review each of the most common technologies) and emphasize how it is important to expand the program into a proactive approach that deals with the root causes of equipment failure and thus improves the reliability.

Original session held on April 11, 2018

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